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1869.
1870,

1871.
1872.

1874.*

1875.
1876.
1877.

1879.

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1883.
1884.

1885.
1887.

Educational Events
Non-collegiate students admitted at Oxford.

/Cambridge higher local exam, instituted.
\Beginnings of H.M. Conference.
N. Union of (Elem.) Teachers founded,

[Franco-Prussian War.]

G.P.D.S.T, founded.

Girton College founded.

Beginnings of Univ. Extension movement at

Cambridge.

Froebel Society founded.
Oxf. and Camb. Joint Board exams, instituted.

Newnham College, Cambridge, founded.

Mark Grey Training College founded.

City and Guilds of London Inst, founded.

Somerville Coll. and Lady Margaret Hall founded.

London Univ. admits women to degrees.

Owens Coll., Manchester, becomes a University.

Regent St. Polytechnic opened.

Finsbury Technical College opened.

Church Schools Company founded.

Boys* Brigade founded.

Toynbee Hall opened.

Central Technical College opened.

Cambridge Training College for Women founded.

Dartford P.T, College for Women founded.

Roedean founded,

P.N.E.U, founded.

Books dealing with or bearing on
Education

Mill, Inaugural Address at St. Andrews.
Huxley, Essay on a Uberal Education.

f M. Arnold, Culture and Anarchy.
\ Kingsley, Madame How and Lady Why.

Galton, Enquiries into Human Faculty.

Acts, B///r, Official Reports, etc.

Reform. Act.
Public Schools Act.
Report of Schools Inquiry Commis-
sion (Endowed Schools).
Endowed Schools Act.

Education Act (Forster).
Devonshire Commission appointed.
University Tests Act.
Ballot Act.

f Factory Act.

! Report of Royal Comm. on Oxford
L    and Cambridge.

Education Act (Sandon).
Oxford and Cambridge Act.

Education Act (Mundelk).
City Parochial Charities Act.

Report of Royal Comm. on Technical
Instruction.